Khloe Kardashian gives birth to baby girl amid cheating scandal

Tristan Thompson Will Be Allowed In The Delivery Room For Daughters Birth

Khloe first confirmed the news of her pregnancy in December, including an unedited personal essay as the caption. The gossip site reports that Tristan was there as were her sisters Kourtney and Kim, mum Kris, and Khloe's best friend Malika.

No other details have been revealed.

Considering that both Khloé and her baby are girls, and Tristan Thompson is not, it's not totally out of the realm of possibility that this post is Kourtney's quiet showing of support to her little sister during this hard time. That's right - Khloe, 33, has given birth to a baby girl.

Just days ago, the couple's relationship was rocked after videos surfaced allegedly showing professional basketball player Thompson having romantic encounters with multiple women. Plus it'll be literally so adorbs to see Khloe's daughter playing with Stormi Jenner, Chicago, Saint and North West plus Mason, Penelope and Reign Disick.

Tristan Thompson #13 of the Cleveland Cavaliers looks to the scoreboard during the second half at Quicken Loans Arena Wednesday. Thompson didn't receive a very warm welcome back at his home arena.

Khloe Kardashian Tristan Thompson
Kris Jenner breaks silence over Khloe Kardashian's baby news as it's revealed she's fuming with 'cheating' Tristan

Just yesterday we reported rumors of Thompson cheating on the reality star, which may have induced the labor. One video was shot last Saturday inside a Manhattan club. Khloe shared on her website.

A People source described Thompson as a "serial cheater" and claimed the Kardashian and Jenner family had been totally blindsided by "how deceptive he can be". "He's a serial cheater".

On Monday, Kardashian hinted her baby's arrival may be imminent with a photo captioned, "We are ready whenever you are little mama".

She confessed: "I love the Kardashians and I think it's devastating. We're healthy. We're wealthy", he said.

The reality star posted the "hump day" photos posing with her auto collection and showed off her curvaceous frame in the sexy new photos.

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